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How does a day in the life of a fibromyalgia sufferer look like?
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How are you feeling today? Thank you for opening this discussion. It is difficult to judge how much pain a person may be in because sometimes the pain cannot be seen. I shall tag a few members to get the conversation started -
@Honney @Ridleyz224 @Rynblu @TheDisabledDiva @Grammaof3 @EhulaniLily @Sheresa @lilbit73 @JessPotato @toomuchpain @CharlieE @Coco317 @pinsnneedles @SabinaYetta52 @rainbowgerl @curtaincall @fibrome @Edythe @Blueboy @dingalingas @Cdionne1089 @Vickijustvicki @tlester451 @jae_camille @spark0206 @MrKrabs @ChristinaB82 @Troyswife @live71 @zoiesmom53
How does a day in your life look like? What do you like and not like about your present schedule? Is there anything you would like to say to people to make them understand about your condition?
It would be great to hear your thoughts!
Wishing you a great day,
Rahul from the Carenity team
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You are not alone! Here are some of our health magazine interviews of other fibromyalgia suffers. Feel free to share these links with others to help them understand more about what it's like to live with this disease.
Faced with fibromyalgia, relatives should be understanding and not judgmental.
My battle with Fibromyalgia: an eternal struggle between hope and depression
Fibromyalgia: Widespread, burning pain throughout the body
Fibromyalgia: "Sometimes it hurts so much that it feels like my bones are broken!"
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I have come to realize that the vast majority of people don’t know what
fibromyalgia is, never mind understanding our situation. Every time I speak to
somebody new and inform them of my condition, it seems that they do not know
what we go through on a daily basis. The pain, the tiredness, difficulty
recalling things- its just so tiring! I would like to know what a normal day
looks life for my fellow fibromyalgia brethrn. At least this way I can get
some inspiration and know that I am not alone in facing this.